Join Date: Oct 2007
Ferrari Life Posts: 3,996
I thought about making a serious stripped out, acid dipped track car out of one.
When I sat back and thought about spending 50G's and building a car worth 20 I came to my senses.
My mechanic prepared a 308 GT/4 for himself to race 2 or 3 Swiss historic mountain races, which he normally wins or places on the Podium. He took me with him for a 30 minutes tour. It was breathtaking and I was wondering if I could follow him in, lets say, a Scud. The 308 GT/4 was so balanced and stable, almost unreal for a classic car. He told me afterwards that with any car, ist important to find a really good car and those are, unimportant of type, always difficult or expensive to find. So back to the Initial start/question of a the thread. Cheap (in relative type indicated term) cars are almost never good, expensive cars "may" be good.
Present: 365 GTB/4, Scud
Past: 250 GTE, 250 PF (2), 275 GTBsn, 330 GTC, 456GT, 550, 360Stradale, 430Scuderia, F40, F50